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4 Predictions for the Future of Events

written by Marissa Khan, June 8th, 2017

We’re almost half way through the year already! Looking ahead, as event planners always do, we’re thinking about what’s in store for the events industry in 2018 and beyond. What does the future of events hold? Here are 4 predictions from AGS employees on what the future holds for those in the meeting and events... Read more »

AGS Debuts New LED Meter Board At The Fund

written by Aziz Khan, May 31st, 2017

The Meter Board has become a staple in trade show design because it provides high visibility and makes a bold impression throughout an event. Messages can be viewed from one side or two and the sign fits almost any space. These popular structures are also well-suited to larger event venues, where visitors can easily get... Read more »

As the Industry Changes, AGS Stays Ahead of the Curve

written by Marissa Khan, May 16th, 2017

Official Services Contractors continue to be a source of innovation for the trade show and events industry. Despite a tough downturn during the Great Recession, the industry has rebounded significantly. Changes Spur Innovation and EfficiencyDuring the recession, a lot of companies, including AGS, had to make internal adjustments that allowed them to weather the lean... Read more »

Fun at events is serious business #srslyfun

Three Ideas for Adding Fun to Annual Events

written by Melissa Minkler, May 8th, 2017

At AGS, we get to work with some wonderful clients who have tons of great ideas for executing successful conferences and trade shows. Last month at the American Association of Endodontists Annual Conference in New Orleans, our team assisted with or observed the following wonderful, fun additions to the event: 1. EntertainmentNew Orleans, Louisiana, is... Read more »

Celebrating Six Years with Southern Exposure

written by Melissa Minkler, March 13th, 2017

March is always a fun time at AGS because of our partnership with Southeast Produce Council on their event, Southern Exposure. This year’s event, held March 9-11 at the Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort, was no exception. The theme was “The Magic of Produce” and it attracted nearly 2000 retail, food service and wholesale buyers... Read more »